Breen was co-driven by fellow Irishman David Moynihan to an impressive second place on his ERC debut in Latvia in early February. But with countryman Nagle available once again, Breen will switch navigators for the asphalt rally from 21-23 March, which is in addition to his original eight-round schedule.
"It’s a great opportunity to do an extra rally," said Breen, who is racing a Peugeot Rally Academy-Saintéloc 207 Super 2000.
"This will be my first go at it but my co-driver, Paul, has been there before and he has a great deal of good to say about it."
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